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Mietimo or rn Eiivr - .
Ttoit Inerarmberani th' toSi-FOMt AlBOClA
as. nigni in ineijouno.i .. -,roit1oo assembled
on I.u.dred and imy r Ctramber.uty Hall, over
meeting wu railed t etreo war mesent The
on whose m tloo A jnriVr hrn.Ln.vii.rM?
president, Charles iry Lloyd, Kq , ru elected
II. Pop'secreter (Ca.ir.eld vice president, Wm,
Mr. n.rron ' , MA ptr r. Bacon trtMonr.
Ifg. llM' ArWltAtnl theohjeetof thmt
onehundted .- Intent o A, nt tint, to have only
desirous of wri but, as rainy persons wer
prh liege jotolnr, lit thought All should hi,- th
Some of doing so.
stater sliseusaton ensued, during which several
nmo .tools wer made in reghru to tb drift.
n' hat About fifteen hundred r still needed to
.1 the quota of tht Dlstrlot, About twentyVnlo
hundred cr flrtt called, aod nineteenth on asSd
lKr.uVJ&JA?Wton wen tet
; ------.-... nuum laaurv irom nveTosevva
I.U.JK4 d.ller. ,0 ,.,b. m wh, .ho.Jl;
Mr. Hnrtav IhAitvkt k . t ... . . .
fthealoi ti.oih,rWSSr "r '''""" "" we"
XftSlJ'fi0 Mond.ymorn.nc t.
Kmii,ht lH50k Md P'w th 10 hldefd it
EeTtiiw "do"tS! !a th rro3lD' of tn
Bank of Washington, lit alio statedthathawas
il t?Q to ot M Dissident of th association
npon itt primary fcnd Informal organisation) h
f?" Iho fund, not having tabatiibod
l?.(i,.,ihB not subject to tb draft. Htfaad
I.,ni . jn,T Uom op IwoptiWMlBtho
towo uut nOD'rom rlIes resldsnt In Oaorg-
..ir. Pfatftaa atatarf that t a a fnvillail kki ar1
Id Pennejlranla, and h wished to know, If hws
lieu ia i cDujiTaaiBt ii urn ovuia raap vat mat
tit of the ess elation.
Mr. Hurler laid If tb gentleman wat draf ted In
Pennsylvania, and Intended to ttaad tht draft
there, le was not entl ltd to membership lothlt
aiaoelatlon. If, on tht other hand, ht alalmtd a
residence here, and would itaod tht draft htra, ht
wu entitled to lueh memberahlp.
After lomt further diiouiaion it waideetded that
hie aubacrlptloq ebould bt refunded to him.
Mr. Darron renunted thateeretarTtortad tht
obligation which all ba4 ajxaed,
Itatated that all were boued In honor to tub
toribe,lnadaiuoa to tht one hundred dolliri. a
aufficleot proportionate additional amount to make
a fund luifloitnt to purehaia ubatltuUi lor all
Mr batli lugxratad that the memberi drafted
and exempted would not be entitled to tht lun
allowed thoet drafted who had to furnish aubaU
tut't. Mr. Pote Biortd that a comnlttee of Ore be ap
IvolatJ to draw up artlelea lor the gorerament of
Meine. Darren, Rooae, Harley, KUlott and
Holitlftoder, were appointed a eommittee, who re
tlreJ, and, alter a brief abeenee, reported tbt fol
lowing reiolutlone, which wero adoptedi
Thu aetaoution ahall be called the Waihlaitoa
Tbe object of thia aiioelatlon ihall be to afford
mutual aid to the maraberaof the aaaoclatioaln
Crocurlng iubiltutee, should any ol tht mtmbtrt
dtalted In the approaching draft.
That peraon enrolled and iubeot to draft In the
cltrof waihlngton, U.Um7 beoom me-rbert
of thia aaioclatlon tf paying the treasurer one
hundrexl dollars and siguiog these artlsltsi pro
vided, that tbt assoclatlae shall not exceed Art
hundred pei sons la number.
Ihstlnoaaoof a draft, the funds of this aiao
elatlon, after paying the nee ssarr lnsldntale
peases, shall be equally distributed among tht
meiLberatf this aaioclatlon who may bt drafted
for military aerrlce, unless they are exempt from
The officers of this aaaoetatloa ahall beapretl
dent, vice president, treasurer, aod see etny.
The president, lce prandent ana seeretaiy ahajl
constitute a bond of directors to carry Into eqult
able erteet the objesta of tht association.
lhat should there be no dralt to fill the quota of
the rkty beturetbt first day of December, A. Ii
lb6l, each member shall be entitled to receive his
one hundred dollars, Iras his eqnltab e share of the
necessary expenses of this association.
Tht treasurer shall not payout any montye of
this association txeipt on tbe order of the ward
of Mrectois, signed by the pieildeat "l""tir.
ctgoed by th stcrctary, ""
.-it tilt tttItIoo books of this association
ahall be closed September a. 1M4, at 10 p. m., and
the trsasurer be autboruad to print four hundred
copies of the names of the members of tht aiioel
atlon for distribution.
Mr. liooie moved that th present offlcere bt
iralMhe remanent oCliera of the association,
m hlch motion waa adopted.
Uu motion of fiir. Hurley, a vote of thanks to
M sirs Brroa and Daeoo, for thtlr exertions in
oraaidzlng thia association, was tendered.
Mr. HalitfcJ oUrred the follow lcc I
KctoliHd. lhat If uv mimber shfcll.hfara tka
comma draft, prorlda for hlmaalf m &uhatitut. tnJ
shall itiocum Lis exemption papers, upon the pre-
t.nfktlnil Af ..Ifl AHK.r..lAn -- L- .-.-
ntvm ills inn "
This motion wis laid unnn tha tM
Mr Det Is mo el that when the Aiioelatlon ad-
juurt-B.it ftUBiiHUjourn m uetlat o o'clock, p. m.a
The meeting then adjourned.
Naat Yino.i-ThTM linn 4uPt r-n
the crbenalrtt bight and separated In different
P"" "r h citr. One named Thomas Mnrray
WV. attrc .d by Volice Offlcer fadgatt, and taken
lotbay rd, before Captain Monls, who aint hint
flDN 0 in. A littlo girl of Mr. Gumbflr.irho
resides on U street, between Ninth and Tenth, waa
runotcrby a warootbla morning, while crossing
Seroth sirtet. The wheel passet over her bod).
Injuring her severe'y. She was taken to her pa-
1'olics K sroT8. 5rc ond JVKJnrtMarearet
ALgsr, threaU ofvloleucei security to keep the
icutce Daniel Genan, dismissed.
Aint Vtttinct heter It Hey, fight lor In streelt
P,?id.8 fWinriH diamlase4. SaiahJ
O'llrUn, do further hearing.
Hjtr,tiinit-H rii9 Drown, dlsordcrlyt .2.
Alurt Innis.ao .do ihomas Dufley,drunkdo.
John Wood, d'.unki military, kltxaueth Bupell,
-lia?dl 'itorderlyit. Jsi. M Quade, drunk
ol I urtaln. drunk and disorderly! 13. Chas.
Jrowo,dliorderlii. J. H. Cromer, drunk 7.
' f-r H. Unugbraui, dlioiderlytdlimlased. David
o'.mpiOD, drunk too drunk to be tried. AUca
D own. violating Corporation ordinance) $1.
third Prtctnet John Dreico, dlaordcrlyf 4667.
John 1 . Ha woo J, do (do, Lphralm rhlllps shoot
lngtjall for hearing. Margaret lloraar, nuisance)
helu over Mary Thomas, drunk) workhouse.
fourth frrrincf Mary Twine, disorderly, $3.
John i". Smith, drunkt do. Jamee Daooo, Indecent
exp 'sure) ga.tO workhouae. Larry Daooo, va
bUtri Precinct Wm. H. Jamea, leaving team In
atrct) ftl. Wm. Wln'er, dlsordetlyi $3. Albert
Foster, do locked uo 8 hours aod tban dismissed.
James Cokely, drun and disorderly) $3. John
tltzgfrald, do 8 David 8. Martin, dj ( military,
LiahJft l'lecin.rtliAmuml R. ltrhrt. uoult ami
bat rt 3 68. Mary Neell.druok anddisorderlyt
workhouie w daya. John U. Riley, disorderlyi
dlituiiied. John Colllna. drunk and disorderly)
do. 1 nomas Davla, suspicion of desertion) turned
over to the navy. Thomas Drlacal, drunk and tlls-
w(uiij i U1IU11IIVU.
utatiu v vtva turn uuu v iuub uvinu.
but go at once, and buy a bottle of the fragrant
Solution t louwlll never regret It. It not only
beautifies and preserves the Teeth, and arrests
deoaj , but lea ea the mouth cool, and the breath
All Druglat sell It. auto-steo
an poly place whore yon can pnrchaM Indi
ku jtr ftuova of all kinds at NanVoctvrere price, is
at U. A, HALL'S India Rubber Warehouse, iio
tor-r, Ana avenue, tetween Moth and Tenth
trotAe. Alio, all kinds of Rubber good bcautu
vm. ivyiucu bi luuri yuuNt uu hi i
Ami ono bavlcir occasion to vlatt a priyato
Tifidical Institution are advised to call on Dr.
A large and cuccrssful practice her and Ue
where euaUes Mm to Kuaranty a perfect curt In all
Allvlsltaand communications strictly private
and confidential. Tersena oalllngseeno one but
th Cooler, fsbi tf
Haw Yous BTTLE8. UtttiUmtnU Clothing!
hete uvd I athionaU A large assortment for Dress
ul Jiuslocia wear. Ibe English Sack and Walk-In-
Coati exeell In beauty, grade and dnlah any
thlrg ovci oHerod In tbts city.
Waij, STrriiKMs t4o
nc-.f na l. av bet. u)tb aaevysaah aU
X regard to Ibe whereabouts of Mrs. MARY
a 4N HULLS t, lurmerly Miss Mary Aon Kenny,
who lived lu Washington about twelv months
ago, and afterwards felt with her husband for
Oil to, will be thankfully received by her brother,
auil st tamp Distribution, Alexandria, va.
F F I 0 I A L .
An JUT AWT GCNEBAL'S OFFICE,
Wasiiinoton, June 30, 1844.
Circular, No. 60
Civil employees In tho various Military Offices
ant Departments in Washington, who claim a
residence and liability to draft e lie where than In
(ht D strict of Columbia, will Immediately pro
duce evidence ol such residence and liability to
tho proper enrolling officers of the Dlsttlotof Co
lumbia, anj talio steps to have their names
attloken from their enrolment lists, In order that
the Quota or tho District may be diet upon a
I rojcrl asls
Ly ir' f tl.e oretary nf lari
h. D. iUWNSLND,
jyfi An is tan t Adjutant General.
CLOTHING AND CLOTHINO Ml-TER1AU.
Mrr IWil wah.
Boaiau or Paovisieas aid Cloth i no.
SEPARATE P.n.n.At. iniari m amm.1.,1
rroboi.li for K.rr Cotblo .oil Clothlof Mt.
. !!i.wll - M1T .1 UU Bure.u until 1
J " r. a., on lh. tth cly nl Dotolcr ml. for
ruml.liliif ,04 delinrimr loo r.nlTl.1 tLutr
J.T.'notrt.l it ui 0.11.3 It.ltt k.tt V.rJi
Cnatttitoffo, Mm. . d4 Brookiro. N. V , la iugo
pumBari .od qu.olltl.. aod .t lueh tlmt . m.r
b. pctlfld br th. l biff of thia Bur.au or br lh.
Commaodint. ol th. aald NT7 Yard., rr.pcot
Irclr. th. outnbara and nuantltu. nt t h. hihh
"'!". pI th. plaeea apcoincd la th. follow
d.. ,.,.... Ch.r1..taw. SreoklTn.
Round Jacket 3 000 I ono
Blue Cloth Trowsere (pairs) J.oro 8.000
Bin satinet TroWiers " s 000 la, 000
CanVas Duck Trowaer " 1.000 a 000
Barnslcy ahetlng Frocks 6,000 8 000
Blot rtaoncl Ovarshlrt ,ooo 10,000
Blue Flannel Undershirts .it 000 1 8,000
BuenannelDrawets(palrs). 13,000 18,000
BueSstInt(yards) fioooo loo 000
Blue Flannel " ,, M, 100,000
Bio Nankin M 0,000 10000
Calf-sk In Laeads oes(palrs).lo 000 i 000
KIpHkla Shoes 10,000 10,000
Woollen Socks .....10 000 18,000
Blanket e,0C0 ts.ouo
Mattrasaca (with ont eover
foraach) 6,000 8,000
Black silk Handkerchiefs.... 6,000 e.ooo
Doota (pairs) , 4.000 e.ooo
OtTsra tniv ha m.ila fif Ananr mnr a.Ha at
th option of the biddsr.and In caae more than on
rncia ia eonrainea in tnis oirer, tne cnier or tbe
bureau will hav th right to accept on or mora
of th articles contained In such offer and reject
the remainder. TAe vrlct nutt fc uniform, and
eff&r mutt embrtct Ji of an one or more artUttt it
UverabU at aU thtttattom.
, For tbe description of artlelea In the above Mat,
bidders are referred to the samples at tht said
Navy Yards, and to th advertisement of thia bu
reaa dated July 8, I86I1 and for Information as to
tbe laws and re gut at loos (In pamphlet form) re
garding contracts, to th oflloera of the several
commandant of nary yards and navy agents.
Ihe Department reserves the right to reject any
proposal not considered advantageous to tho Gov
ernment. Blank forma of proposals mayb obtained on
application to the navy agent at Boston, New
York, or Philadelphia, and at thia bureau.
THE NATIONAL UNION L1V AnD
LIMB INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NEW YORK.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, 1500,000.
Oxnoir Blurt, Pres't Joitn L. Cilley, Sec y.
NO. 474 FOURTEENTH STREET,
Or rO SITE WlLLAHDS HOTEL.
WAR RISKS TAKEN ON LIFE, AT THE
Th Insuring of limbs being the ipaiality of this
Company, th attention of Orricxas and Sol
diebs Is particularly called to Its merits.
Prospectus aod circular, explaining tht princi
ple of tht Company! can be bad, with all other In
formation, by calling at the office, No. 474 Four
EVERY OFFICER, SOLDIER AND SAILOR
Should Inaur his Limbs, thereby providing for
ktwuetfi in case he should be so unfortunate as to
lose a limb.
This ts th only Insuraaeo Company of th kind
In the world, chattered expressly by tbe Stat ol
New York to meat tht wants at; this great rebel
lion. GEO. 8. WILLIS,
au3-im Managing Agent of Branch Offlee.
BUT L ELI OH,
Solicitor of the Offlceofth Auditor of th
Treasury frth PostOfflot Department,)
Washington City, will ir'e. 1- .h. r,ir..
tht District of oCi.t.5T???"r !h?9?ur" !
.v. t.IHH .udiui, um tfuiioi name, ana
Uim " ..m lYiitrt nt that IInltai.1 Ctataa ainrl tll
give prompt attention to the prosecution of claims
and tht adjustment of accounts la all tht Depart
ments of tht Government.
Offlee, 476 Se Tenth street, opposite post Offlc
O T I 0 E
UNITED STATES 7 3-10 LOAN.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WASH-
IIAS ROW OK HAND,
BEADY FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY,
a full supply of these new Bonds.
Svbtcribtrt ere recuiited to prtltnl ttr ccrlficat 1
at one and rtenvt thtlr Dtndi.
Those having money to Invest should not lose
sight of the fact that, by Investing In this Loan.
they not only recelv Interest at the high rata of
7 1-10 per cent., out secure to themselves the very
Important advantage of obtaining, at the end of
SIX PER CENT. 6-30 YEAR BONDS AT PAR,
which are now worth over 13 per cent, premium,
and which after th war must necessarily advance
to a much higher rat. au37 tf
U. 8. All eiioh's OrrtcE. )
Wash 1 koto it, August, tbel
By Joint resolution of Congress, approved July
4. 184, a speolal tax of five per cent, was laid on
all incomes, whether derived from trade, business,
profession, salaries, dividends, Interest, or any
Tuvx.ou wDiir, uuntag iua year iooj, gver anti
above six hundred dollars.
Notice la hereby given to all perioni, Indudlog
Government clerks, officers, and emDlovecs. to
render to this office, or to tbe Assistant Assessor
of the division In which they reelde who have
not made a detailed return a drlailed statement
of their income received during tbe year lbfiJ,
whether derived from salary, trade, pro feu ion, or
nny oiner vocaiioa wnaicvcr, meiuuing interest,
d vldends, rents, lie , on or before the first day of
If said return Is not made br tht time ineelfled.
It will bt tht duty of the Assesaor to aummon thn
parties before him, make tbe assessment, and add
Qfty per cent, to the tax thua assessed.
r. 01 rbAuiuci
au3Mt U. S. Asaeaaor for Die. of Col.
rnflEUNION FEMALE ACADEMY.
X The Fifteenth Annual session of this Institu
tion will commence 00 tbe 6th of September, 1364.
circulars oumibcu iu wgauemy, corner four
teenth street and New York avenue.
IL1TARY COLLEQR, ALLEN-
TOWN. Pennsylvania. Flftv miles from
adelDkla. chart sred br tb State, and offering
superior advantages lor a thorough Engtlsh, Clas
sic! idq Military e-uucango, gjicas iii neat ses
slon September 6th. For circulars, address
REV. M. I HOFFORD, A. M ,
QII K U A It Y INBTITUTE.
NOLIJH AND FRENCH HOARDING AND
DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNU LAIIKS, No., nn
aod 153. Snruo. atrMt, FbUad.lpLla, will raopea
od TUISOAV, MpUaitxr toih. Utt.ra to tL.
abor. addreaa will rMalr. prompt attaotloo. r.r
aonal .ppH.atloa can o. tnhli ariar Auau.t 2 ).
1W1, to MADAME D'ilEHVILLy,
ST. VINOENT'B BCHOOL, CORNER
ofTentnand G streets, under tb charge of
in sisters oi vnaruyinoautiea oitnia scnooi
will be resumed on THUhSDAV, September 1st,
lflsi. Tha Slitara laeharra will davotathamiclvei
to the advsnecment of their pupils In all th
branches of an Kogllab educatloo, and will pay
atr ct regard t tbe moral training of all plaeea
under their care. In consequence of the advance
of prlees tbe Sisters are compelled to Increase their
raiwa ui tuition. u.i-,i
.ONZAQA COLLEGE, F STREET,
Vjl oeiwetn mntn ana 'lenui sireeis, win onm
menee th first session of tbeeobolastlo year, 1664.
'S3, on MONDAY, aaniamhar A. Tha tanns are the
same tor in classical and English Departments,
Tlst SIS per see slon of eleven weeks.
Uff IW U. t, WIU b 1 1 B J
CITY HAILROAD BTOOK AND
vVe hav. for eel.
IM SHARES STOCK,
110,000 MORTGAGE BONDS
WASHINGTON AND GEORGETOWN RAIL-
Tha bonde bear alx per oent. Intereat, payable
aemlannually and, with th. atock, offer aeafe
and dealrable Inveatment.
JAY COOKE tt CO.
War Department. 1
Adjutant GEREnAL'c o.ruc,
Wachihstoh, March 17, 1841. )
All applloatlona for leaveaof ftbaeno. or pir
mleelon to vl.lt Waahlngton muat b. .ddreaetd to
Major General Halleck, Chler ot Stall, aul uu.t
apeclly the bualneae for which the oltlceriltalrca
lh. permlaaion. Telegram, addreeaod dlrrct to the
Secretary of Warontbte aubjeot will rcocli. nr
By order ul tl a Secretary ol War.
n31.II Aielitanl Adjutant Ueueial,
FOKSALE OH KENT,
llAItB CIIAMCE. TUB GOOD-
Will afiit Hvtliraa nt tarn nt lh LmI B'nraa la
ally, suitable for Clothing or Shot business.
36 No. 40 Seventh street.
.OaLINO IIOUBKFOH flALE.THE
JC proprietor of thta popular tad walt-knowa
Hotel and Reataaraat Intends to retlr front bot
nesa, and otters his well-known house for sale.
Any one wishing to engage In a LUCRATIVE
BUSINESS eao call a tbeproprletor, in Penasylu
vanin avenuet oeiwecn iwiuia ana imrteenin
RARE CHAIXOE. FOR BALE. A
Hotel on tht Eurooean elan, contain Inr ft
rooms, between forty and arty beds, and a stabl
to acsommodat twenty-flv horses, and aU doing
business from on hundred and fifty to Qv hun
dred dollars per day) and a six-years las rent)
$160 per month A portion of the honae la ranted
for $360 per month. Looatio, the beat In tbe
elty. Cause of telling will b explained at an in-
MfTiaw. jnquirvBt tnv napuoiiean uma.
Jy3-tf later copy.)
I70It RENT. PERSONS DESIROUS
J, of renting Rooms, finely furnished and egr-
rwl aum-v. wuum uu wru to ran at straet,
between xixth and Seventh, Th Post Offlc ana
Patent Office era near by. JrS-tf
rpO RKN!'.--AN ELEGANT UOU8E,
JL with brown Hon front, partially furnlahtd.
with all modern Improvements, centrally and
pteaaaatly located. No. 444 E street, near the resi
dence of Secretary Chase, together with larg
brick stable. Thepremises not to b rented for a
boarding-house. For particular, Inqnir of Hon.
D. E. SOULS, on th premises, or Capt. OEOROE
tLY, No. 87 Four and-a-hal( street, or JAMES
TOWLES, 490 II street. JyMt.
T70R RENT, IN THE LARGE BUILD.
Ing corner of Louisiana aveau aod Tenth
street, two larg halls aod for rooms of conve
nient site, soluble for associations. Insurant
offices, law offices, 4t. The rooms have lately
been renovated and fitted up for the purpose.
Apply at GEORGE HILL'S warehouse, on Loulii
ana avenue, near Tenth street. Jttl-tf
1M aate. Draka'a naDtatlon Btttara.
300 " W. J. c. Club Hona. Gin.
IM blila. Old Rt. Whl.k.T.
eo ; v.rr wa Rr. wli.k.r.
loo balr abcat. Tea or rarlou. kloda.
100 ooxea Old riaatatlon CoITm.
loo kit. Una Maokaral.
100 half klta Me.. Maok.rel.
loo kiu No. I do.
loo No. do.
100 ' rioklad Salmon.
00 baira Old Jar. ColIM,
And a reoeral a.aortiSsl ol Winn. Ucnon,
Champafon, llaraoa CI, ara, fca., al mark.! rataa.
w. .unvvin uujtuy.
No. U North CbarlM .trait,
mll-lr BalUnora, Md.
A FIRBT-OLABa COOK, WHO IB
-avjfc. awumir wura,, .aurougaiy unocriTanas
her Dtlamntl. and en nrntiaai annit (.... fna
honesty, la wanted immediately at 166 O street,
iDQUlrt as abtvt between 8 and a. m . and a nAT
p. m for three days. au0-st
ed, in tb
E WANTED A. HOUSE
twelve or fourteen ronma. entr.1lv
thorouirh i-emir. wall.fiirnlahaat. inrl
with modern fm movements, la wanted lmmedl
ately. Addreia Pox It. this office. auJi-tt
J: First-rate v
Co UK, who cant
CLAB8 COOK WANTED.
wages will be paid to a first claw
brlnaT fomraani1avttAna tnr n.al.
ness and honeaty. An English, German or French
woman preferred. Inquire at this office, editorial
EURNI9UED HOUBE WANTED.
Wanted, a email and oomfoably-furntshed
lie, containing or 8 rtZi.
v?? wl.'5 t- mof tb lntarscetlon of
Fourteenth -;rtt and New Vork avenue preferred.
"'"rss Box 300. Washington city Post Offlc.
WANT ED-TUHEE COPIEB OF
th Nxtiohal RcpoactcAiT of July 16, and
aod six copies of July 39, ls Persons hevioj
copies of th above wll confer a great faver by
bringing them to this office. auU4f
Cmcr QvABTcnMASTn Orricr,
WAsniKOTQH. D. C. Auruat 18. tsaa.
Wanted, at once, live hundred (800) to one thou.
sand (1,000) Teamsters, each capable of driving
with siugle line and managing six-mule teams.
To such who are competent to perform the duty,
the pay per month will be thirty-Ate (IS) dollars,
wnn one rauoa per uay sou uoapiiau pnTun(
Ineluding the best medical attendance when sUk.
Men experienced as Wagon Masters will receive
such position b.u poo brlngtog to this point twenty
live (33) good Teamsters.
Ap(ily to Captain Chad's H. Tompkins, A. Q.
M,U.S A , corner of Twenty-second and Q streets,
Washington, D. C.
D. H. RUCKER,
Brigadier General aad Chief Quartermaster,
au 1 3-21 1 Depot of Washington.
ATANTEDMEN FOR THE ARMY
YY AND NAVY. LARGE BOUNTIES, Ap
ply to tbe Recruiting omce. eo New Jersey av
enue, and tbe office, Powhatan Hotel, foot of
Seventh strait. E. MATHER at A. HOLLY.
MEN forth Regular Army. Larg boun
ties Apply to tbe office, 60 New Jersey avenue.
ANTED A GOOD COOK FOR A
tlrst-class Hotel and Restaurant. Apply
yrrANTED THREE OR FOUR PU-
V plls to learn tbe PIANO-FORTE, by a
ladv who has a few hours during the day to spare.
Address, ' A. B.," Box II, at this office. Jal-tf
T AND WARRAOTB WANTED.
fn7TY LAND WARRANTS ef 40, SO, 1 and 10
acres wanted Immediately bv
UaUinn. at uailuhu
)MI Room t. corner Seventh and F it.
A RTILLERYHORBEB WANTED AT
Chief Qvartxbii aster's Office, )
WiiniHOToir. D. cJulras. 104.
Horses suitable for artillery service will bt tmr-
chaiel at this depot, by tbe undersigned. In open
market, from data until September 1. tSSl.tnlots
of six to fifty, at one hundred and eighty dollars
(SlbU) per animali each animal to beaublected to
the usual Government Inspection before being ac
cepted. Horses to be delivered tt, and Impede by Cap
tain U H. TOMPKINS, A. U. M. U.S.A., corner
Twenty second and G streets, Washington, D. C.
v, n. nutaau,
Brigadier General and Chief Quarterniaster,
Jyg9-iltd Depot of Washington,
NY PERBON BRINGING A
COLORED RECRUIT to mv office will be
aiuvasBOonasmusiereuin tne service,
jylft-U eo New Jersey Avenue.
Hating been appointed by the Mayor of the city
of Washington the only authorized agent In th
District of Columbia to procure substitute and
recruits to fill tbe quota ol th District, persons
wishing substitutes, by depositing their money
with tbe Mayor of Washington, will b supplied
with good men at once.
GEO. H. CASSIDY,
411 Eighth it., between Fa. eve. and D it.
N. II. MILLER At CO.
No. 311 Ninth etreet weat, near Fennaylvanla
(38) Twenty.flv. men for th. army fta REPRE
SENTATIVES for thoa. llabl. to th. DRAFT,
AT THE MOST REASONABLE PRICES.
N B Runner, llbernlly de.ll with, h-xemp
lion rapcre preparer wun ueapeicn, y
N. H. MILLER,
au3- Juatle. of th. Feac.
pOLOHED VOLUMTEERrJ WANTED
(ISO CASH DOWN.
PAID IN ADVANCE.
Apply at the
fios New Jer.ev avenue.
Any peraon bringing ft RECRUIT or RECRUITS
to my office will be paid liberally.
VOLUNTEER AND SAVE YOURSELF FROM
bkinu uHArircij. mio-ti
DAUTIES WIBHINU 8U113TITUTEB
I will call at the office, SOS New Jeraey avenue.
AU aub.iituiea guarantees a. iiui.1.1,
UUV III. .IllCf AT.UU,.
IJAHTIEB WIBU1NO BUUBT1TUTEB
L OR REPRESENTATIVE RECRUITS will
aipiy to the omce, bos New Jeraey avenue.
Jyutf A. HOLLY,
OAItTIES W1BUINO ItKl'llEBENTA-
I TIVK HECHUITS. a. tier Circular Nn. US.
t.tued by l'rovoat Mar.h.l General Fry, eaa hav.
them furnl.hed at coat by applying at th. office,
Mm ew Jeraey avenue. A. HOLLY.
rpiIK DELMONIOO lunch,
:n TENNIYLVANIA AVENUF,
Oppoalt. Wlllarda' lintel
tholcc.t Wince, Liquor., 'Lhanipagnee, AUi,
Llgn. Salala and Delkuclci, amiru
"ClOWS HBW THKATHE,
FOURTH MOHT or THKNICIV iKASON, AND
i in.. onii.i.iAr.1 Knu.iti.nwi
Ol lh. taKn'td Touor Attl.t. .
MR. AND MR!. W. I. TLOHENCF.
THIJ (THURSDAY) IVININO. Srnt. I,
.will b. nrr.rotetl John Rrouffban'j bcaullfijl
Dram, of THE IkUH KUIQRANT.
To b. follows by tha Protraa rare, of
THE VOUKO ACTRESS.
To Mocluda with th Irlah Burlttta of
THE IRMH MORMON.
rjROVEJt'J NEW TUEAT11E.
LtxiNARD OROVER DIRKCrnR
V. D. llt.S! ACT1NO MANAOFR
S. H. VERNEY STAGE MANAOhH
C KOrriTZ MUSICAL DIRECTOR
Thia popular Mtabllihmeiit,
BEWLY PAINTED, DECORATED, AND RENO-
will np.ii for th. FALL and WINTER SEASON
OS MONDAY EVENING, BEFTEMBEIt 5,
with th. celebrated
WAHnE.V qOMEDY COMBINATION,
aupport.d bjr a Cnmpaor of Artl.ta that hare been
aeleeted, durlos th. pa.t four month., with a view
v u..jua ,ui.
THE DFST STOCK COMfANY
lhat haa erer beeo organized under thia man&c-
StLE OF RESERVED SEATS
will oommene. at MET7EROTT'S MUSIC STORE
on iporaqay evening, Sept. 1. auJl3t
A N T E It B U II Y
LODIIIAITA AVCMOE, HEAR SIXTH STRICT.
Rear of National and Metropolitan Hotel..
OEOROE LEA PROPRIETOR
w, a UAVANAUQII STAOK MANAGER
LUU1S RZOLLUIV nar.l.CT M..TVK
JOHN ESrUfA MUSICAL DIRECTOR
LST WEEK OF SUMMER SEASON.
IKE ONLY FIRST-CLASS CONCERT HALL IN
GREAT STAR ALLIANCE,
UHEAT STAR ALLIANCL.
HOUSE CROWDED NIGHTLY,
HOUSE CROWDED NIGHTLY.
AUDIENCES WILD WITH DLLIOHT,
AUDILNCLS WILD WITH DELIGHT.
ALL NEW ACTS FOR THE CLOSING WEEK.
Ftrat week (f the celebrated Fthloplan and Song.
Who will appear In hla great cn'ractrr.
Th. Soottl.h Mhtlngale.
The Com e Pantomime
Mone. Fzolloay a. Roqulnet.
W. B. Lavanagh ae Mona. Dcchalumeau.
With new Trlcke and Traaiformatlona.
Flrat week ot the beautiful Ballet, arranged ex.
prca.ijr ur m. v.oicruury,
MON.. LOUIS S70LLOSY,
MUNS. LOUIS tZOLLUSl,
THE ROSE OF SCOTLAND,
THE ROSE OF SCOTLAND.
CHARACTERS BY THE ENTIRE DALLET
In aom. of tbelr original Ethiopian Eccen'tlcltlea.
ALL THE BEST ACTS
Of the aea.on will be produced, thereby clo.tng
one of th. moat aueoe.aful sce.ona
of tb. Canterbur).
POPnUR FAMILY MATINS.F,
POPUHH FAMILY MATIMvL,
AT 3 O'CLOCK,
AT 3 O'CLOCK,
When all the Choloe Gema of the Evening a Ea ter
talnmcnt will begUcn.
The Fall and Winter Seaeon of the Canterbury
will opeo on
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER S,
L E A S
NEW ORLEANS COMBINATION TROUPE,
NEW OHLkANS COMBINATION TROUPK,
NEW ORLEANS COMBINATION THOUPL,
Introducing th. Greate.t
COMBINATION OF STARS
COMBINATION OF STARS
COMBINATION OF 31AHS
THE NAMES WILL BE ANNOUNCED NEXT
Th. rlce. of Admla.lon next Seaeon Hill remain
tne aame a. nereioiore.
Admlaalon... ,,.36 centa
Oreheatra.. so eeata
raveie twxea, noiuingaix peraone an
Tlcketa for eel. at tha prloclpal Hotel, and
mora open al t o'alociit performance to com.
mene. at S o'clock
JOINING ODD FELLOW!'
JAMES 8, TOPHAM
Their Well Known, Old EatabUheil
TRUNK, BADLERV, UARNEBS,
MILITARY EQUIPMENT MANUFAl TORY,
DIRECTLY OPPOSITE THE OLD STAND,
Wh.r. may be found, of our own manulacturo, a
Boat eomplet. aaaortment of et ery at 1. and prloe
of Military and eltltena
SADDUC9 ANU UHlULtJ,
BREAST COLLARS AND MARTINGALES,
Sol. Manufaeturera of
LANGUOLZ'S TATENT SPURS.
LANUHOLZ'S PATENT CURB and NOSE S TH AT
EWPANK'S PATENT SPUR,
STEEL. BRASS, AND SILVER PHT& SPURS
BUFFALO AND PINE WOOLEN ROIItS,
U0RSE COVER AND BLANKETS.
military and citizens'
bidiko and harness bits,
in great Variety.
FINE DOUBLE COACH, CARRIAGE, ANL
FINK SINGLE CARRIAGE, BCQOY, AND EX
SUTLERS', STAGE, WAGON, CART, AND
w n i f a .
RIDING, AND WAGON WHIPS,
EVERY STYLE AND TRICi.
SOLI LEATHER TRUNKS AND VALISFS,
IRON FRAME TRUNKS,
WOOD BOX TRUNKS AND VALISES,
LADIES' DRESSTRUNKSand BONNET BOXES,
ARMY VALISES AND PACKING TRUNKS,
Leather and Lanvaea relll.leur Baxa. Leather.
Canvaae and Carpet Traveling Bage, Ladle.' French
Satehelo, Toy Trunka and School Satchel., and
very article In their Un. of bualneaa.
It E it E II 11 E II I
EP 500 ii
yAIETIE3l VAItlETIEB I
(Corner Penn'ft nvenu. and Ninth Street.)
FITZ SIMMON! Proprietor and Manager
JOHN MILLER tag. Manager
THE CHIEr MUSIC HALL OF OUR COUNTRY.
" Standing Room" haa been alinoat Iraooaalble to
I. ""7'" " "'"" a "" !'" "m-i lewmomenis
after tbe rise of th curtain every teat la this
iiauiuuw iiRii arriuai uuiuiiiiu. in npiinrm.nAA
WITH BRILLIANT ECLAT.
This mammoth Ioitrutl-,n
STANDS ON A FIRM BASK,
an 1 admits of
NEW NOVELTIES EVERY WEEK.
TWO NEW DltAMAS.
Pitt 91 mm one's Mr itio Itomaoce entitled
! SKELETON ACCUSER.
SKLLKTON ACCUSER, !
: GRAVE-YARD MURDER. ;
J UIIAVE.YARD MURDER.
Th Wild, Weird. Mrstle, Lejendary Drama,
aboundlatrln excitement, end tlvaltir la hnrrar
tbe old Gothic tomeneee of Mr. Radcllfle full of
larii.ojr tneoti ana rien leecaaarf lore replete
with s;raphte events, situations, and traditionary
eniatione, which will b produced In th most
eiiecuTe munuer, lnirouucin in
FIRST.CLASS DRAMATIC COMPANY,
Represeited with the Old Mvstlo German Muslo,
VI.JW.nA iui tu. JLTIBUI WIIU VVCrf Claire
for Its descriptive Influence.
ALL THE APPROPRIATE COSTUMES.
ALL THE PROPER MOUNTINGS.
IN ADDITION TO THIS
Everv nltht thla week the new loail di-in... rU.
1 Ictlng eeones that actually occurred In this elty.
GLANCK AT WA1HINGTON
GLANCE AT WASHINGTONf
HIGH LIFE AT CRYSTAL SPRING.
HIGH LIr'E AT CRYSTAL SPRINGS.
THE CRYSTAL SPRINGS.
THK FlKE SCENE.
THE TEN-PIN ALLCY.
-...,.... THE 1-LASH CHIB.
together with th
DOUULE CONCERT HALL SHOW,
SUNU", UAMr, KIMIUPIAN ACTf, BAL-
1C 1 3, CM) , ., flUJ.
THE TRIPLE COMPANY.
The great Ethiopian Monarch, Mr.
who will appear in several new Ethiopian aots.
H. C ANDREWS,
i-An rut imav,
J. C. KILBUURNE.
REMEMBER THE ORE iT VARIETIES t
LADIES' FASHIONABLE M ATI. NEE 1
THE SKELETON ACCUSER,
For Ladles, Hotel Guests, Strangers, &e
MISS MARIA WELLS,
MI!S CARRIE AUSTIN,
appear next Thursday.
Admliilon 2S and 00 cental Private Poxes, tS.
NEWBl'AI'EHB AND PEHIODI.
J. ED1VIN HALLENnLCtf. dealer In N'ew.na.
per., Periodical.. Novel., stationery, Prlnta, 1o
v-n.w, wb"", .". mum I. .., ..., B.av.. m
i.rg. ...urioirnt ui rj.ia ana colored rnoio
apn., lie ning air.ci, lour uoora neiow rovoei
ar.bal'e office, Alexandria, Va.
HubaorlDtlone and advertleemente for the Waah
lngton 9 ailv National Refoblicar received.
TY W. L. WALL & OO.,
HORSE AND CARRIAGE BAZAAR
Exprctaly tor th.
SALE or HORSES, CARRIA6ES, STOCK, A..,
19 LOUISIANA AVENUE,
Between Ninth and Tenth eta , Waahlngton.
AUCTION SALES EVERY
TUESDAY, THURSDAY, AND SATURDAY,
CASH ADt ANCEo"oN CONilONMENTS.
IIOR'ttJ, CARRIAGES, .f
Rcaalved forPrlrale Sale.
W.TTwall a CO , lull,
. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
RE L ESTATE, EMPLOYMENT AND GENERAL
ltd. Bll 1M1IIU Bir.C, HHI.UIII cum. .ieuuv.
tarnrv. and all bu.lnea. ocrtalnlng to the abov.
offloatreniMted with diepatch.
Particular attention paid to the renting and eol
lection ol renta on real eatate, and debta of all
(Iciorlptloue. N B Property holder, e.n receive
U. very lC.t UI leuiai, ivi.uuu. wwn pv..
rpHE THinU COHl'B. ."THE DIA.
MUftii " ! anew duuii ju u,jutu u u
aTloiQccrslatelr belonslac tothe lileorps. Army
ol the rotomao. It Is furnlihed with everrtblnc
that the palate ol an epicurean n liquors could
attire, and we recommend our friend to pay a
vim vo w ica.u iiTrc.. 100 umtcis, isiii
of Hooker's and Hear ey's old divisions, will
elwa she welcome. lei5-tf
rodQUITO NETS AND BARS.
ine undersigned has on band, and Is p rep i red
to put up, the most approved styles of
V V MOSQUITO BAHS,
such as Palmer's Fixture of Movable Standard,
Hart well's Imperial steel Wire Canopy, or Roe
buck's Umbrella Mosquito Bar, at abort notice
andthelowest New .orkprloe.
Itets and Laao sold by the quantity, piece or by
Ihoysrd. GKO. W1LLNKH,
Upholsterer and Paper Hanger,
jj ui Ninth street, bet. D and K.
T-HKhS MAKINa..-.TIM UNDER-
I ) iigaed would respectfully announce to tbe
LUlOS 01 miB Cliy lun li viuiu..y, iui na iiv
eneaiccu mine vsnoua urau.iici ui
FASHIONAWLK UHESS DIAKING,
Which they are prepared to execute on reasona
ble terms, with neatness and dispatch, and In tha
latest tod most approved styles, at
418 8EVKNTH MTHLKT, 418,
(Un stairs.) opposite the Patent Offlee.
1 ' ' MRS. DOUGLAS & HOLCOMB.
Washington, 1). C, June 18, 1WJ. Jel8-3tn
TO THE l'UBLlO,
I,- orlalnal Dr. JOHN JONES, (Colored,) Pri
vate Physician and Surgeon, can be consulted at
his ofllee, on Second street west, near C street
north, Washiofton. D. C, from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m.
consultations free. Charges moderate. au3-imB
F OWEN tt SON.
MILITARY AND NAVAL
M K It CHANT TAILURS,
212 Pennsylvania Avenue, bet. tlth and 13th sts
Washington, t. C.
O.UtI) ... TUErtUIHC'ItlllEII IlEdS
Iriio tn inffirm hla filenilaftml the liulillO
It haa I hla ilau afthl hla at..rlr nt llantware to
Hi i ii tn i JoiiNiiix, Thomas A. ct tni, a id J
Jamts BiiURKr, and he hopes the liberal pitron
ape Ik? it owe. I upon him for the last ilvcnteiu
itars may be continued to the new flroi
1 JOS. L. stAAK
WAHIINOTON, AUg. 21, 1891. HUJWv?
0T.?,lC,E OKTOT COMMI8SAIIY OP
waotoi, D a, Anguet it, I Ml.
KM-TV , GOERNME.'TllALr. '
H.i.W. ... EMPTY BARRELS
wharf w..bi?.,.' TH n'n. at Sixth atreat
,,"' Yil"1"8',0."' P U I on the flf lh day of Rep.
4JK0 Pork ttaai.
S.4M Flour Barrel.
el Coffee Barrele.
96 Molauee Barrels,
lis Whiskey Barrels.
611 Promiicuous Barrets.
4t Ham Tlerees.
BM Vlnea-ar Kens.
Also, a larjrslot of staves and Iteadlnirs.
lermei Caeh, In Government funds. All ur.
chases to le removed to ten dsys after sale.
tL c nni'.'Nr
Captain and C S V.
OFFICE DEl'OT COMMIB3AUV Or
WAIlIIRaTOlc, D C, Augu.ttl, nil
Vpljaiber Slh 1S64, at 11 o'clock, A. M., at th.
Sixth street Wharf, Wa.hlntton, D. C, th. fol-
.. IF'"!''''!! " IUUU VUDUItlOD, Til I
One thou.and 11,0001 Beef Hide., ealted.
Firty.two l3l Beef Hldee, dry.
Eleven (II) Sheep Sklne.
Te.ma I Caeh In Government funde.
S. C. GREENE.
Captain aad C. 0. V.
SALE OK CONDEMNED QUARTER.
Cnur O.CAaTERHArrEa'e Ornci, 1
, WACIIIROTOR DEfOT, J
Waciiirotor, D C, Aucuatn. Ifi4 I
WU1 b.old.Al Pnl.ll. l..f...,A5 '-.
Elahteenth and rf..i,.MV,.TV, T..T,"
ally, D. a, on TUESDAY, September e, 18M, it l"
o'clock, a. m, a lot of QuarUrma.ter'a Hot... con
demned ae undtforue. or laaue,vlll
A large lot of Stoveeand Stove ripe. Boiler..
Ovene, old Iron, Carpenter'. Tool., Deeka, Chair.
Scale., shovele, Grlndetonee, Hardware, Drooma
sueeee.ful bidder, will ba required to remove
ihe etorea within five daye from tb. data of aalc.
Termai Caah, In Government funde.
-,.,., . ." H. RUCKER,
Brigadier General and Chief quartern! eater,
auT9t Depot of Waahlngton.
UCTION BALE OK CONDEMNED
War Defartmert, Cavalrv Bureau, )
OrriCEOr ClIIErqOARTERHABTER, I
yAalllOTOR, D C, Augu.t s, ISM. ,
. Wll ba cold, at public auction, to the hlgheet
blddar. at th. tlmee aad placee na ned below, vizi
irBi.i "' p"Ml""''. THURSDAY, Auguat
Lebanon, renneylvanla, THURSDAY, Septem
ber 1, 184, r
Harn.burg, renneylvanla, THURSDAY, Sep
tember 8, 181
TWO HUNDRED I2O01 C.v.lrv Hnr,. . ..h
.nee. noraee nave been eondemned aa unlit for
tbe cavalry oervlee or the army.
For road and farm purpoaea many good bargalna
may b. had.
Horace eold atogly.
Termai Caah la United Statee eurreney.
JAMES A. KKIN.
Lieut, CoL and Chief 0.uartermaater,
ns-ties Cavalry Bureau.
Y G It K K N & WILLIAMS
RUSTKE'S sate na nnirif Mnnip .un
'"I'-uq inutinuAY, tneetft aey ot September,
ww, wat. ftv va)vscu a. I'UUlia (, o CIOOK,
P. m.a on the Dremliei. the inllowlor iI'maHtiswI
r'tciniarsj (. jirnperiy iiiuaie, lyior, nu Demr in
he elty of Wathlnfton, Plitrlot of Columbia, vU i
Lot numbered fourtmiii fill In tnuara niimLpml
ui... j . - . .:-. .r - - . ..-'-.-
four hundred and lxty-flve(4W), aireeably the to
subdivision of eald square, together with the lm
provementi thereon, eocilitlnff of a two-etory and
attlo BhICK HUUSE. This property fronts on
sixth etreet weit, between D and E street south,
This aalali made by virtue of a deed of trust,
bearing date the 1st day of Oetober, 1BST, irom Hi
ram Clark and Geo rite B. Oark to Henry W. Ham
lltnn, and alio by vlrtueof a deeree of the Suprcne
Court of the Wit net of Columbia In chancery In a
eaae therein pendlny, No. 186. Docket 7, paeied to
tbe SSthjJay of July, 1864, eonetltutlnr and appoint
ing the subscriber, Georse F. Aider, the truitee In
the room and stead of tbe eald H. W. Hamilton.
.Terms. One-third essh, balance t and months,
the purchaser to give notes for -the deferred pay
ments betrtns; Interest from day of sale, a deed
given and a deed of trust taken) all convef ane.ng
at the purchaser's cost, two hundred dollars of the
purchase money will be required whan the prop
yl auuiacu una it it suvuiu mil utj yaiu, uuwu.
the orooertv will be then and there nut uo and
eold to tbe next hlabest bidder who shall comply)
aod tt the whole terms shall not be compiled with
In Ave days, the Trustee reserves the right to re
sell the property at the risk and expense of the
defaulting purchaser, by advertising such resale
.orr") iimci 10 id ma newspaper primed m ineoiiy
ur.u ir fwu.rt, irusicei
ur.u i r nmr,n. , rusicc
GREEN A WILLIAMS.
t B81&TANT QUARTERMASTEn'S
t Fobaol ard Riven Tbahiportatiom,
sSLEHTn STHECT WllAltr,
WasniHOTOit, D. C. August 35, 1801.
In accordance with instructions from Brlirtdler
General D. H. Ruoker, Chief Quartermaster, De
iot ui vMirjinffioa, i nr piseeu sonooaers
at Upper and Lower Cedar Points, In the )oiltlon.
oooupled by the light-beats previous to their de
struction by the rebels.
From sunset until sunrise a light will be swung
iiuui cnua hi iiie .iiifuucrs. i aw rvnina Kirca oy
captains of vessels, chartered and owned by the
United States Quartermaster Pepsrtment, for
anohorlng In th rotomao river at night, was that
incy learea uu incy wouia run ineir vessels
aground trthey attempted to run pst the shoals
alter dark. The lamps tdeoed outbe schooner i
wlllelvea light sufficiently strong to enable all
pilots to pats up and down the rHer with safety,
pro.idcd thev govern themselves by the charts
prnviueu oy int uoneo oisiri lokii survey.
From anil after this date no vessel propelled I
turn will ba avllowed to anchor, eaceiitlne In sue
weather a by running the loss of the vessel or
cargo might be endangered.
All masters of vessels are directed to re nor t tnv
neglect on tbe part of tb parties on bourd of th
ugui scnoooers, in no. Keeping ineir iignis uuru
lor atall hours of the nltht.
A copy of this circular will be kept posted In the
f Hot-house of every vessel owned and chartered by
he Government, plying on the rotomao river.
u2f..'2t Captain and A. Q. M.
p RAY'S l'ATKNT
Are not simply flat places of paper out In tho form
of a collar, but are Molded and Shaped to Jit tht nect,
he, log a perfect curve frtt from onotetor erctUr,
which Is obtained by our patented process, which
also secures another advantage poittittd by no vtker
collar, viz i tpact or the Creiuf In the Turn-down
style, fa intlde of tohUh Is perfectly tmootK and ftt
from puckeri, making this collar, for ease, neatness,
and durability, unequalled.
They are made In Tarn-down style la siies from
12 to 17, and In Garrotte from ti to 17 Inches, and
packed In neat Hut boxes of loo each) also In
smaller ones of 10 each the latter a very handy
package for travelers, army and navy ottlcers.
rf-UVEnY COLLAR Is stamped
"GRAY'S PATENT MOLDED COLLAR."
Sold by all dealers In Men's Furnishing Cools
Tha trade supplied by
WALL, STEPHENS & CO ,
tti renns)lvanla avenue.
Between Ninth and Tenth streets,
Washlncton. U. C.
BUUIiBELLURS AliMY STATION KK3,
BLANK. BOOK hlANUFACTUl.YRS,
Hi PIttSLVAttlA AVElftTC,
Uave constantly on hand
AU Military and Naral Works,
New and rooent Public ationi,
Army stationery, all kinds,
Fid I Order Books,
Held Manifold Writers,
Company Roll Books,
lencral Order lllcf,
Army Pay Tables,
I1ld Copvlng Prtssw,
Pennon and Bounty Blanks,
Record books for us at headquarters by As
slit ant Adjutant Generals.
Blank books made, and Printing done to order on
very snort notice.
All Printed Books oiby mall tree ol postag.
tOYS' OLOrHINO. WKARENOW
I J lurcoelptof a large assortment of Buys' and
Children's Uothlng of ihe newest styles, sultaMe
fjr the present season for dress and school wear,
to Hiilch we Invite tha attention of i stents.
WALL, !.-I HLM to,
inn Fennsyivv ia Anemic hot ia
pnoroBAii poh sTATioMBni'.
Hor.i or RErRE.iRTATi,.,, Crirt n Stattr.
Seared Propl.".."',,..!"! ljm
mil rnfuAV. th. n,l Xz-y7Vrt.4 atlhleofflw
loo reams white quarto Pust Psiv.r...i,. ..
perflne, faint lined ' '"
loo reams wklt Commeie al Not Paper,ttra
supeifloe, faint lined.
SS ream whlto Commercial Not Paper, ettra
uparflnf, eoars ruled on all sides
90 ream whit Commercial Not ramr.cittia
superfln. plain. '
M reame whit Foolscap Taper, itfa super
line, faint lined.
2 J ream Legal Cap Taper, eatra suiertlne,
10 reams Flat Cap Paper, plain.
tM reams tMo Manilla Paper.
Sod reams Manilla Paper, Halt Inch, weigh
log 11 pounds per ream, very touch and
800 J"" Manilla Paper, 19a2l Inches, weigh
andtoPhUnd' Pr tmll,'rFimootn
800 f!iVnA Mtt"l Paper, 27x17 Inches, welgh
and toush ' "m fl VWy ,mootn
M,WUehT"k AdhMlv Envelopes, S;,'xl
80,000 KUhVTWA Adhe,lTt Kn.op,5KsJ';
M'000in5he"sThlek Adhtl" Envelopes, 8Jil'
18,000 white 'Thick Adhesive Envelopes, BfttlK
S.000 facer Nota Envatnnoa
loo.ooo buff Adhesive Envelopes. T.ni laches.
iui vwuitrviS 11B aVDTCIOpeS.
va boxes Steel Pens, raiious kinds.
H irross 4lnch Flat Ukstands.
lidoien Inkstands, various kinds.
10 doxen bottles best Black Ink, quarts, pints,
andhalf-pinti. ,r '
1 doien beat Bine Ink, quarts snd pints.
13 dozen Rubber Pencils, long and eaort.
i dozen Gold-Mounted PeneUs, various kinds.
S gross Black Lead Pencils, Father's, octagon
aod round. No. S.
f gross Feber'a Carmine and Blu Pencils.
aross rn holders, various kinds.
t dozen Rubber Penholders, illrrereat sires,
ft dozen bottles Mucilage, email slz.
10 dozen packs Visiting Cards.
75 spools Pink Tap.
3ft pounds best feerlet Sealing-Wax,
iioken Diaries, for 18S5, vanou kinds.
a dozen Memorandums, various kinds.
3 dozen Portfolios.
12 dozen Paper.Folders.
i aozen nuDDr Kuiers
12 dozen Penwipers.
2ft dozen Pocket Knives, two, three, four, aod
six bladesi stag, pearl, shell, and Ivory
1 dozen Inch Shear.
S pounds Erasing Rubber.
ft gross Rubber Bands and Rings.
10) skins Parchment, 1423 Inches.
2 dozen Sponge Cups.
1 dozen Punches.
In th supply of goods, contractors will be rigidly
reuuircd to furnish articles fully equal to sample
Proposals must be aceompaoled bt the names of
tbe sureties intended to be offered.
As reqiiredby lw, preference will be given to
the productions of Ante r can industry, if equally
cheap and of as good qualltt) and all persons
making proposals tosupp y any class of articles
will state whether the sme are the manufacture
of the Unliej States.
The articles ar to be delivered free of any eharg
for ctrrlsge, at tb olflse of th Clerk of th llou
or Repretentatives, on or before the 15th day of
Not ember, 184,
Each proposal to be endorsed ' Proposals far Sta
tionery for the House of Representatives of th
United states," and addressed to the undersigned.
Sufficient specimens of eaoh class of atlclee pro
posed for must accompany the proposal, marked
with tbe name of the bidder.
The nerion oiTtfriasr to furnish mr class of arti
cles at the lowest price, quality considered, shall
receive a contract for tbe same, on executing a
bond with two or mor sureties, satisfactory to th
Clerk of tbe House of Hepreieatatlffs.for the per
foimaneeof the same, under a forfeiture ot twle
tbe contract price In ease of failure, which bond
must ba tiled in the office of tbe said Clerk within
ten days after tbe proposals hav been opened and
the result declared.
Clerk of the th House of Repreientatlvea of the
unucu ataies au. wit
PROPOSALS FOR IIAINE93IItONB.
urdhifce uitice, wax. utramTon-BTi i
WAsniMQTOH, September 1, 184
Pronasata will b raaelvad bv thta DeDartment
until SATURDAY, tbe I7tb day of September, at 4
o'clock, p. m , for the delivery at the Springfield
Armory, juaaa.i waicrvna., erammort, ur new
Yotk Arsenals, of ,ooo single sets of Wrought
Iron Work, for United States Artillery Harness.
The Harness Irons are to be packtyl In well made
boxes, containing twelve single ic's each, being
an assortment far fur wheel and eight lead
hones) and each tMelve sets, so packed, will con
sist of the following pieces
a pairs long Hamee, complete.
a pairs short Hemes, eomplet.
ptlra medium Hemes, complete,
41 Trace Ul.'i. with 141 rivets.
4 Dout le Loops or Eyes,
ti Saddle Loops (bent for oantle )
I Trace Eyes.
24 long Chains, with tojgles,
4 Breast Hooks
2 Lei Guards, with ten rivets.
6 Saddle Loops, straight, for riding-saddle pom
mel These Harness Irons are to conform strictly In
f attorn and weight to the model seta to be seen at
bis ottlee and at tbe Springfield Armory) are to be
smooth If finished) are to till the standard gauges.
and each place Is to be made of the size and kind
of Iron Prescribed In the official bill ol Iren, copies
nf which cau be obtained at this office, at the New
lork Agenc), and at the Springfield Armory.
All the Irous are to be welljapanned the japan
to be of the heat aualltv. and wall baked on. Ihev
are to be subject fotaspeetlooat the factory where
ttiptuc wiuiB uu aiicrjapanning
The Hemes are to marked with the maker's
name, the aize, and tbe letters U. S A. The latter
letleis one fourth of an Inch hlh.
All thepleoea are to beput up In proper bundles,
properly labelled, aod each box la to be carefully
packed, as prescribed by the Inspector Thepack
la box to be paid f .rat the lasprctor's valuation.
Deliveries are to be made at the rate of not less
than slaty sits per day, commencing on the 1st
day of October, IStll, next.
Failure to deliver at the specified time will sub
ject the contractor to a forfeiture of tbe number he
may tall to deliver at that time.
No bids will be considered except from parties
actual engaged In the manufacture ot this or
Simitar Kinua Oi iron wotk, aim wiiu vu uriog
amule evldenca that they have In their own shops
all the ma.hlner and appliances for turning out
the full ammint of work specified per day.
The bldJerwlll be required to accompany his
proposition with a guaranty, signed by two re
ipoivslble persons that, in case hie bid is accepted,
he will at once execute the contract for tbe same.
with good and sufficient sureties, In a sum equal
to the amount of the contrast, to deliver tbe article
proposed, lo confjrtulty with the terms of this ad
vertisement, and in case the said bidder should
iit in ante, f iitu th cnntra.f I. thetf tO make rood
the difference between the otter of said bidder and
r I-. nt rcsnonaitile bidder, or the uerson to whom
the contract may be awarded.
The responsibility of the guarantors must be
shown by th offlelal eertlnoeta of tha Clerk of th
nearest unirio tcuiii ur ui iu wuuw ii
Hirula in . 11m an oil to the amount of the
contract, signed by the contractor and both of his
5uarantors, will be required of th successful bid
er or bidders upin signing- th contract.
runni ur uuAn&ni s.
We, the undersigned, residents ol- , lu
theeouotyof -, and Stat of ,
herebyj jintly anl severally oovenant wjth tbe
United States, and guarantee, In case the forego
log bid of - be accepted, that be or they
mil at once execute the con tract lor th same,
with good aud su HI dent sureties, la a sum equal
to the amount of tbe contract, to furnish the artl
cles proposed, la conformity with the terms of this
alvertisemear, dated September I, ll. under
which the bid was niedei acd. la case the said
ihall fall to enter Into a contract a
aforesaid, we guirao.ee to make good thedltt.
ence between the olt?r of the said --and
the next lowest responsible bidder, or th person
to whom the contract may be awarded.
i Gh ea under our hands and seals
this day of , IB
lo this guaranty must ba appended th official
certificate abov mentioned. ,
tormi of bid can be obtained at any Of tbe
above nanid arsenals. Proposals not made out
on this form will not be reeeived.
BiJs will be received for the entire number or
n part thereof and bidders will state the arsenal
at which they ean deliver, an J the number of sets
at each. If for more than one. ,
Tbe Department reserves the right to reject any
or all the bids, It deemed unsatisfactory on any
Propoaale will l aJJre..ea to " DrleJler Oej
...i .!... n nBm..r. Cblel of OrJaaaee. Wa.li.
tnatou, D. C ," anj wUI lie eojoreej "Propo.al. tor
""""olod'baJISAV. Brlxadle, O.a.r.l.
ael tutb.allT Chl.I.IOnlQanee.
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itrf..l. I.r.n.1 .nrli.nlln thla .llV. ambra
io( all iuellUea iumI by omeflre la tbe Army aaJ
SworJi. 5a.be., Bella. ShoulJer-etrerji, Haaa,
Cpe, PlaVole, (... , with ft Hue ""'"."IS'
unlloioi elotUUs, with wliUh w. e.o MroUn 0R1
en aoaililel. ouinta Id a lew ','U,J-. col.
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